The Semcer Center for Healthcare Innovation relaunch celebration will be held at the University Center Complex, Tech Flex Auditorium on the Stevens Institute of Technology campus, located at 1 Castle Point Terrace in Hoboken, New Jersey. Utilize the Stevens campus map to get familiar with campus prior to your visit.
Getting to Stevens
To help plan your trip to Stevens, please find travel information below.
About Stevens Institute of Technology
At Stevens Institute of Technology, the impossible becomes possible. We take the spark of an idea and make it real.
Our students work together in interdisciplinary teams to create new products, solutions and services. Our faculty produce groundbreaking research that enables better planning and policy; improves healthcare and treatment; builds our understanding of critical questions; shares useful insight; and makes life safer, more secure and more comfortable. Our partners in industry work with us to transform business, create the future and tackle the big challenges.
On a green hilltop campus, just the right size and right across the river from New York City, we teach the next generations of leaders and thinkers — the dreamers and doers — to explore with their minds but also to follow their hearts. We teach them to innovate, anticipate, collaborate. We prepare them for careers and further education, prepare them to arrive and thrive in the real world. And they do thrive, spectacularly.
Ranked one of the nation’s best college towns by The Princeton Review and “the most exciting small city in America” by Movoto, Stevens’ hometown of Hoboken, N.J. is only one square mile in size, but within this small area is one of the nation’s most unique, vibrant and walkable urban communities. Offering a wide variety of options for shopping, restaurants, parks and nightlife – as well as numerous cultural, music and ethnic festivals throughout the year – Hoboken is a dynamic, comfortable and culturally-diverse residential community as well as popular tourist destination. It is known as the birthplace of baseball and Frank Sinatra, as well as the home of Carlo’s Bakery, famous from TLC’s “Cake Boss.”